I know it’s exciting to like someone but you have to be patient in the process, and don’t feel like you have to make it happen. Don’t be so quick to assume that if this guy really liked you he would lock it down.
If you’re dating a man who isn’t calling you, or texting you, or trying to advance the relationship then you’re not dating the right guy.
Hopefully a little bit of this will be able to help a few of you making some of those decisions now.
I’ve been with Miguel since I was fifteen – that’s nearly nine years now.
110% trust, coupled with the fact that you shouldn’t be spending each and every waking moment with each other (you must remain your own person! And talking of missing out, I’ve never once regretted my decision.
How many times have you met a great guy, had a decent interaction, or even a fun date with him and then waited and waited for him to make the next move? If you think he likes you, and you know that you like him, how do you get into a relationship? I want to make it clear about what pursue does and doesn’t mean.
Maybe the man you’re dating right now is spending a lot of time with you, and showing his interest but he won’t actually pull the trigger on commitment.
Being at a university in London, there wasn’t the same party atmosphere that you might find at campus universities in smaller cities, which suited me just fine as I’d never been interested in drinking and partying.
Perhaps this is part of the reason that things work so well with Miguel and myself – we’re the same in that respect.You can flirt with him, ask for his number, and even plan and pay for the date. Essentially, you can do what you feel will make you feel good. When you meet a guy that you think is great and you want to be in a serious relationship with him, but he’s dropping the ball it’s not your job to take the reigns.